Wilton Y gymnasts flex their super powers

Super heros from near and far gathered to show off their skills at the Kristen Warner Invitational in Southington on Feb, 23-25. Fun and team spirit were the two central characteristics of the event, and judges rewarded gymnasts for best superhero march-in costume, team spirit, and other superlative awards on each event. The Wilton YMCA gymnastics team took home multiple … read more

Swimming: Lewis leads Wilton at FCIAC finals

Jack Lewis had a pair of top-six finishes to highlight the Wilton High boys swimming team’s performance at Sunday’s FCIAC championships in Greenwich. Lewis, the only Warriors to make an A Final individually, placed fourth in the 50-yard freestyle (22.19) and sixth in the 100-yard freestyle (49.69). He was coming off a season-bests at the prelims in both the 50 … read more

New Englands roundup: Colbert breaks school record, Longo goes 1-2

Indoor track Chris Colbert broke his own school record in the 300 meters as he placed sixth and medaled at the New England Indoor Track and Field Championships on Saturday at the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Boston, Mass. Going up against the best track athletes from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, the Wilton … read more

Girls basketball: Hall uses late surge to oust Warriors, 52-47

Fifth-seeded Hall closed out the game with a 6-0 run to score a come-from-behind 52-47 win over the Wilton High girls basketball team on Thursday night, in the second round of the Class LL playoffs in West Hartford. The Warriors ended one of the better seasons in program history at 19-6. It was a highly anticipated game between two elite … read more

Wilton travel basketball scoreboard: Feb. 23-25

Wilton Basketball Association teams had the following results in travel basketball action from Feb. 23-25: Boys travel 4th grade Wilton 31, Easton/Redding 27 New Canaan 28, Wilton 18 On Saturday morning, the fourth grade Future Warriors played their hearts out against Easton/Redding. The game started off with Wilton having the ball from the tip off and a rebound from Grant … read more

Skiing: Wilton boys win Class S state title, girls earn bronze

The Wilton High boys skiing team finished off a memorable season on Wednesday by winning the Class S title at the Connecticut Interscholastic Ski League state championships at Mt. Southington. The Warriors, who were fourth overall, beat Class S runner-up Daniel Hand by about five seconds. “An undefeated season, conference champions and a fourth-place finish at states — I’d say … read more

Boys hockey: Warriors hold off Trinity, clinch playoff berth

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Jackson Kelly’s short-handed goal with 11:53 left in the third period broke a 3-3 tie and held up the rest of the way as the Wilton High boys hockey team defeated Trinity Catholic, 4-3, on Wednesday night in the regular-season finale. The Warriors (4-16) clinched a berth in the Division III state playoffs with the win. Wilton, which as of … read more

Skiing: Wilton boys finish unbeaten in Class S, girls team third

The Wilton High skiing teams closed out the regular season on Monday at Mt. Southington, with the Wilton boys capturing the Class S regular-season title. Both the boys and girls teams are competing in the Connecticut Interscholastic Ski League state championships today at Mt. Southington. The Wilton boys were second overall out of 14 teams on the hill at Mt. … read more

Boys basketball: Wilton to host Norwalk next Tuesday in state opener

The Wilton High boys basketball team will open the Division II state playoffs next Tuesday with a home game against FCIAC rival Norwalk at 7. The Warriors (13-7) are seeded 13th and the Bears (13-9) are seeded 20th. The winner travels to Bristol next Thursday to take on fourth-seeded Bristol Central. Norwalk defeated the Warriors on Jan. 3 in Wilton, … read more

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